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I long to be a person living with emotional health and wholeness, a person whose character can withstand the pressures of life. Integrity does not allow your lips to violate your heart because it #livesauthenticly.
I long to let my actions be determined by the things that I value and the person that I am, rather than my circumstances and day-to-day feelings. Integrity presents the most honest, accurate portrait of your heart, even when it’s uncomfortable.
Last summer, I would read and listen to everything I could find about integrity.
This idea of a higher level of integrity has become almost an obsession in my life over the last few months.
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about this quote by Kris Vallotton, one of my favorite authors, “Integrity will not allow your lips to violate your heart.” He posted it on his Instagram in late November, and I liked it so much that I saved it and even made it into a secondary Apple Watch face. Until then, I basically just understood integrity to be a basic human decency: don’t lie, don’t cheat, don’t steal. In the podcast, international speaker Shawn Bolz told the story of when an elderly passenger died on his 20-hour flight home, and they had to return to the original airport.
I’m integrous.” But then I listened to a podcast on integrity, and I was captivated by what it could be if it were not just a list of “thou shalt nots,” but a call to live and love more fully.I believe examining an event that calls itself “Azusa Now” warrants disclosure.Some have already weighed in on this recent gathering, and more will undoubtedly follow. This article will not be prejudiced by a cessationist mindset. It boasted hosts such as Lou Engle, Bill Johnson, Mike Bickle, Cindy Jacobs, Heidi Baker, Todd White, Daniel Kolenda, and Shawn Bolz—names all well known as leaders in the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement that has its roots in the Latter Rain/Manifest Sons of God.It was undoubtedly something that changed the landscape of Christianity in America, and eventually around the world.Now, some 110 years later, NAR self-styled “apostles” Lou Engle and Bill Johnson have tried to recreate that original event with “Azusa Now.” Their expressed purpose was, and is (because they consider this an ongoing movement), “to believe for a fresh outpouring of signs, wonders, miracles and the proclamation of the gospel!He co-composed and co-produced the score for the ABC documentary ‘Orphans on Wall Street’, music for TV commercials and for diverse projects including the theme for the 2007 Australian Design Awards, and numerous other short films including a 2013 Tropfest entry.